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Map: Where the Woodfibre LNG plant and tanker routes from it would be located

On Tuesday, the proponents for the Woodfibre LNG project in Squamish announced that their liquefaction site will be powered by electricity supplied from a line connected to BC Hydro's grid. See below for the proposed location of the plant and terminal, and proposed tanker routes. Full story here: Cabinet minister clarifies LNG's 'clean' promise

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